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Seaworld All Day Dining Plan

I've been reading about the All Day Dining Plan that Seaworld offers for adults $29.95 and kids $14.99. Has anyone ever used this? If you are going to have both lunch and dinner in the park, I wonder if it saves you money like the DDP. I haven't been to Seaworld in years so I don't know how expensive the food is.
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We did the all day dining at their water park, Aquatica. It was good, we got there early, at opening and they had some breakfasty things like fruit, muffins, coffee.
For lunch and dinner it was the same, burgers, hot dogs, chicken drumsticks, fruit, sides, and unlimited drinks all day. This was a buffett, and you could go back as much as you wanted.

All Day Dining Deal For SeaWorld it says you get an Entree, a side OR dessert, and a drink. But you can go back every 30 min, so I guess you could get your meal & side, then in 30 min go get a dessert? Kinda strange. If you get there early, you could have 3 meals, so that would be $10 per meal, for adults.
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We did the all day dining at their water park, Aquatica. It was good, we got there early, at opening and they had some breakfasty things like fruit, muffins, coffee.
For lunch and dinner it was the same, burgers, hot dogs, chicken drumsticks, fruit, sides, and unlimited drinks all day. This was a buffett, and you could go back as much as you wanted.

All Day Dining Deal For SeaWorld it says you get an Entree, a side OR dessert, and a drink. But you can go back every 30 min, so I guess you could get your meal & side, then in 30 min go get a dessert? Kinda strange. If you get there early, you could have 3 meals, so that would be $10 per meal, for adults.
I read your link to the Dining Deal, I have read it a few times and I can't see where you can go back every 30 minutes. It says Entree, side OR dessert, and drink each time through the line, up to 30 minutes prior to closing.

So I think you can go as many times as you want. It doesn't say a maximum amount of times nor anything about a wait period between meals.

Unless, I am reading it wrong.
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OneLittleSpark where you been, missed you. You are correct in how you read the rules. The rules state that no sharing and no take out is allowed. The wristband must be kept on through the day and not come off. I would like to volunteer on trying to get 3 meals in 20 minutes.

It is a great deal only if you are eating at least two meals.
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two kid meals with drinks are about $14.00 so you pay $1 more after two meals.
Adult sandwich with side and drink is only around $10.50 or $13.00 so two meals with drinks and no dessert is around $20 to $26.
If however you were to use the wristband a third time then you would be saving money. Do you want to stand in line three times during the day and are you going to eat more than twice in the day? Do you want the deserts or are you willing to skip the desert?
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OneLittleSpark where you been, missed you. You are correct in how you read the rules. The rules state that no sharing and no take out is allowed. The wristband must be kept on through the day and not come off. I would like to volunteer on trying to get 3 meals in 20 minutes.

It is a great deal only if you are eating at least two meals.
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two kid meals with drinks are about $14.00 so you pay $1 more after two meals.
Adult sandwich with side and drink is only around $10.50 or $13.00 so two meals with drinks and no dessert is around $20 to $26.
If however you were to use the wristband a third time then you would be saving money. Do you want to stand in line three times during the day and are you going to eat more than twice in the day? Do you want the deserts or are you willing to skip the desert?
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The SeaWorld dining plan is like WDW dining in that you have to look at how you eat. We would have breakfast at 6 am then hit the park and have noon meal of a burger and then a dinner at 6 pm. I cannot have desserts usually and Mom should not have deserts. Thus for us any dining plan would not be worth the cost. For my friend Calvin the SeaWorld dining plan would be used heavily.
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I read your link to the Dining Deal, I have read it a few times and I can't see where you can go back every 30 minutes. It says Entree, side OR dessert, and drink each time through the line, up to 30 minutes prior to closing.

So I think you can go as many times as you want. It doesn't say a maximum amount of times nor anything about a wait period between meals.

Unless, I am reading it wrong.
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I didn't know if I was missing something, but I guess not. Have fun on your trip!
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IMO, Sea World's food isn't nearly as good as Disney. I wouldn't want to eat 3 meals at Sea World in one day. But, that's just me...
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IMO, Sea World's food isn't nearly as good as Disney. I wouldn't want to eat 3 meals at Sea World in one day. But, that's just me...
In looking at the menus, I think you're right. I think we will have a good breakfast before we go, have a light lunch and then have dinner late that date after we leave.
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I have gotten sick from food reactions at SeaWorld in San Diego and at Disneyland Resorts, that is life. Disneyland is very strict on food ingredient lists and knowledge of allergens. At SeaWorld in San Diego there was few options for me to eat and I got a nasty reaction because something had wheat in it. The last DLR reaction was to soy and probably from fake whipped cream. I dread going to any park except Disney.

Personally I do not think I could eat three times in one day at a Disney park let alone at SeaWorld.
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IMO, Sea World's food isn't nearly as good as Disney. I wouldn't want to eat 3 meals at Sea World in one day. But, that's just me...
I agree. The last time I went, the food was so bad that I had to throw it away. There is no comparison with the food at Disney.
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Detailed Info about the Sea World All-Day Dining Plan

If you are planning a trip to Sea World you may be thinking about the All Day Meal Deal. We purchased this for a recent trip to Sea World Orlando. We purchased the All Day Dining Plan online from Sea World directly. They were running a special of $5.00 off, so we go the dining plan for $24.95 each.

I did a search before purchasing to see what exactly this plan includes and found conflicting information out there. SO I am writing this so people considering the plan can make an informed decision.

First, I must state that the food is AWFUL. The quality of the meals is generally very poor. That said, I think the all day dining is still a deal – you have to eat – UNLESS you get a multi- day pass and plan to return on multiple days. In this case, you should eat outside the park and bring water and juices in a backpack into the park. Even if you buy this at a gas station quick mart, you will pay less then you would in the park -- $2.69 for a bottle of water. Or – even better, bring a water bottle that you will with water yourself. Water fountains are hard to find in Sea World – they are not like Disney with water many water fountains throughout the park.

So, when should you get the all-day dining deal? When you are there all –day and the park has longer hours. When we went, the park was open 9 am – 6 pm. To tap into the full value, you end up spending a lot of time eating and not a lot of time checking out things.

Start with breakfast. YES YOU CAN GET BREAKFAST with the dining plan. The Seafire restaurant offers this and serves starting 15 minutes before the park opens. So, get to the park at least ½ hour before it opens to leave time for parking and going through the turnstiles and stopping at the information booth (I had to wait in line at the information booth for 10 minutes before we could get our dining pass). Breakfast at the Seafire was definitely our best meal. It is hard to screw up breakfast. They offer coffee, scrambled eggs, hash browns, fresh fruit, juice, milk cereal, sausage, biscuit gravy and pastries.

After we ate, we grabbed a couple of bottles of water and juice to take with us.

A couple of shows and rides later we stopped at the pizza restaurant and had some more water and fountain sodas and some grapes. It was nice to stop and have some fruit.

We had lunch at the Spice Mill. I was looking forward to the veggie burger. It was good – not mushy like a lot of veggie burgers can be. It turns out that is because the food was overcooked. My companions each had a burger – ate about half and said it was the toughest burger they ever ate. All the burgers are served on these huge buns. I took the top of my bun off and ate my veggie burger like a slice of pizza. All three of us had french fries and had only a couple of bites because these were cold and greasy – just nasty. They have salads there which looked fresh and we probably should have gone this route instead of cooked food.

We stopped in the afternoon for more water and juice and my Mom also had a coffee and some cookies.

Finally we ate at Mango Joes -- the wristband says that you need to order at the restaurant ½ hour before the park closes – se we showed up at 5:15. 10 minutes later, an employee came to our table and told us we needed to leave our tables in 5 minutes because he needed to “clean up.” We did our best to ignore him but by 5:35 we got up and left. The food at Mango Joes was even worse for my carnivore companions. They said the fajita meat looked like it had been sitting out for hours so one person ordered chicken fingers and the other had a hot dog. Both came with fries. Everything was cold and the fries again were greasy. I was told that the chicken fingers were like rubber. I argued with the counterperson to get a plain salad – he at first said they had none – only available with chicken but I insisted and one. My meal was great: a bowl of lettuce with a tomato, black olives, cheese, sour cream and beans/corn (I think it might have been the “condiments” for the fajita) plus some tri-colored corn chips and salsa, Quite tasty – again – uncooked. We split a gingerbread cheesecake for dessert (Seasonal food) which was pretty good, with some coffee and then got a couple of eggnogs (seasonal food) which we took with us.

See photos of what we ate here: All Day Dining Deal at SeaWorld Orlando - a set on Flickr


To recap here are my suggestions for you:
  • Get the meal deal when you are going to be there all day – longer park hours are better because you have more time to eat, ride and watch shows – shorter park hours make this option hard.
  • Arrive ½ hour before the park opens and eat breakfast in the park
  • Take advantage of the dining pass to eat lots of fruits and veggies as snacks (stop and get a pickle or grapes or a small salad.
  • Avoid cooked burgers and other items – looking more for the colder, deli items; again go for those fruits and veggies. Throw the bread tops away and eat the sandwiches like a pizza.
  • Vegetarian food seemed better than the carnivore options – maybe because they are fresher due to lower demand?
  • Drink lots of water and juices and milk – skip the sodas. Not only are they not as good for you but they are the worst value for your money. I’ve been to the parks in FL a lot and I must say this was the first time I ever finished the day and was NOT dehydrated. It was nice to get my fill of water.

And a couple of suggestions for Sea World:
  • Concern yourself with quality. It is shameful to spend a lot of money on junky food.
  • Have more veggie and fruit options – carrot sticks, apples, bananas – all the time.
  • Teach your employees what good customer service is – people should never be told to leave a table so that a person can clean up.
  • Have a check out line especially for people with the dining plan – you don’t need a cash register – just someone to make sure people are taking the appropriate food selections each time they go through the line.
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Actually, the best food at Sea World are the ribs at Voyagers. These are the same ribs that are served are virtually every A-B park.

Too bad you can't use the unlimited dining deal at Shark's Underwater Grill. I'd be eating the Loan Shark Brownie all day long if that were the case!
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Interesting photos, see you wear Mickey to SeaWorld, lol. I stick by what I said. I rather get a hearty meal before the park opens at DLR, WDW, SeaWorld or any other park. I have a San Diego trip planned for next year and will not do the dining plan for SeaWorld. I eat in parks to meet my body's demands, for the pleasure of eating, and to try new things. I do not like dining plans except WDW for myself because I barely can eat a hearty breakfast and dinner let alone three or four meals.

Great plan for gluttons and big eaters not for many people.
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